When we live long enough, we realize that the decisions we make one day can alter the course of our lives for the rest of our lives. Decisions like what field of study we pursue, the jobs we take, the relationships we decide to end….decisions, choices, move us forward or backward. Sometimes they cause us to remain stuck in life. We are a product of what we decide so how do you ensure you are making the best decisions as a leader?
Efficiency matters not only in the big picture but in the small day to day picture of leadership in every organization. While we covered a lot of territory last week, efficiency is such a huge and vital topic that I wanted to continue with it this week.
Your success as a leader can come down to practicing a few vital behaviors.
“All chief executive who fail – and most of them do at one time or another – make the same basic mistakes; they succumb to one (or more!) of the five temptations” ~ Patrick Lencioni in the Five Temptations of a CEO.